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Brodie Holland is an Australian rules footballer who currently plays for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was born on 3 January 1980 in Hobart, Tasmania. Holland began his career with the North Hobart Football Club in the Tasmanian Football League (TFL) in 1998. He was drafted by the Fremantle Dockers in the 2000 AFL Draft and made his debut in 2001. Holland has played over 200 games for the Dockers and has been a part of the club's leadership group since 2006. He was named the club's vice-captain in 2008 and was appointed captain in 2011. Holland has been a consistent performer for the Dockers and has been named in the All-Australian team twice, in 2006 and 2007. He was also named the club's best and fairest in 2006. Holland is married to his wife, Sarah, and they have two children. He is an ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation and is a passionate supporter of the Fremantle Dockers. As of 2020, Brodie Holland's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.
|44 years old
|3 January, 1980
|Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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Brodie Holland Height, Weight & Measurements
At 44 years old, Brodie Holland height is 180 cm and Weight 80 kg.
Who Is Brodie Holland's Wife?
His wife is Sarita Stella (m. 2008)
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Brodie Holland Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Brodie Holland worth at the age of 44 years old? Brodie Holland’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Australia. We have estimated Brodie Holland's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2023
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2015, Holland left heading north to play for the Broadford Football Netball Club in the Riddel District Football League. Holland was a pivotal player in Broadford making the finals for the first time since rejoining the RDFL.
In 2010, Maribyrnong Park finished 4th at the end of the home and away season. They went on to defeat 3rd placed Oak Park then 2nd placed Keilor to advance to the Grand Final against Greenvale. On 12 Sep 2010, in a back to back as playing coach, Holland led the Maribyrnong Park A Grade Seniors team to victory - Maribyrnong Park 90 def Greenvale 73.
Holland appealed this decision and was allowed to continue as playing coach. On 13 Sep 2009 the Maribyrnong Park Lions won the EDFL A Grade Grand Final – Maribyrnong Park 102 def Greenvale 84.
After playing just 1 game in 2008 due to injury, Holland was delisted by Collingwood. He was hopeful of continuing his career at another AFL club but was not picked up, he then retired.
In 2006, Holland appeared in several advertisements on television for a lottery advertisement along with the NRL's Matthew Johns. He also made a cameo appearance as himself in the soap opera Neighbours.
While he could not retain his 2005 form, he continued to be a fan favourite in 2006, showing grit and determination to win the ball, highlighted in a match against the Geelong Football Club, in which he bravely laid a huge tackle on Geelong big man Cameron Mooney.
In 2005, Holland participated in the Seven Network's television show Dancing with the Stars with dance partner Alana. Holland made it to the top four before being voted off the show.
He continued as a tagging midfielder, despite some problems at the tribunal during years 2004 and 2005, and his good form bought him very close to winning the Copeland Trophy, coming second to James Clement in 2005.
In 2002 he started off with a 3-goal haul against Richmond and then produced an 8-goal haul a week later against the West Coast Eagles, to be the leading goalkicker for the season after round 2. He then was quiet for the rest of the season. He injured his back, causing a month out of the game, but could not get back in the side until late season. He was dropped after round 22 and missed the Magpies first finals campaign since 1994, which included playing in the 2002 AFL Grand Final. 2003 saw him change to a tagging role in the midfield rather than the inconsistent goal-kicking small forward. He had a clash with Scott Camporeale of Carlton leaving him with a bloodied nose, while late in the year, he was suspended for punching Paul Williams of Sydney in the stomach. He missed the first final but managed to get back in for the Preliminary and Grand Final sides.
He made his debut mid-way through 1998 as a small-forward and played most games since making his first appearance. He spent a further 2 seasons at the Dockers before being traded to Collingwood in 2000. Holland quickly adapted as a good player with the Magpies and became a fan favourite in his first season, kicking 28 goals in 21 matches.
From Tasmania, where he attended St Virgil's College, Brodie was drafted to Fremantle in the 1997 AFL Draft at no.26 overall.
Brodie Holland (born 3 January 1980) is a former professional Australian rules footballer and model best known for his playing days at the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League.